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Carl MalamudInternet Governance Raw Footage: Plenary Speech From the Secretary-General (2005)

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November 16, 2005
ITU Secretary-General Yoshio Utsumi's Plenary Speech at WSIS Tunis. He is introduced by the President of Tunisia. Left audio track is the original (Arabic and then English), right audio track is translation.

This movie is part of the collection: Internet Governance

Producer: Carl Malamud
Audio/Visual: sound, color
Language: Arabic/French; English/French
Keywords: Internet Governance

Creative Commons license: Public Domain

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